|All aspects of the universe are indeed connected.|
| I don't like electrons; they've always had a negative influence on society.|
Nothing in this world is to be feared... only understood.
If we knew what it was we were doing, it would not be called research, would it ?
When you reach for the stars, you may not quite get one, but you won't come up with a handful of mud either.
It is impossible to transcend the laws of nature. You can only determine that your understanding of nature has changed
The Sun, with all the planets revolving around it, and depending on it, can still ripen a bunch of grapes as though it had nothing else in the Universe to do.
Two possibilities exist: Either we are alone in the Universe or we are not. Both are equally terrifying.
Arthur C. Clarke
Human beings, vegetables, or comic dust, we all dance to a mysterious tune, intoned in the distance by an invisible player.
Sometimes I think we're alone in the universe, and sometimes I think we're not. In either case the idea is quite staggering.
Arthur C. Clarke
It is well to remember that the entire universe,
with one trifling exception, is composed of others.
John Andrew Holmes
We are an impossibility in an impossible universe.
A universe that came from nothing in the big bang will disappear into nothing at the big crunch. Its glorious few zillion years of existence not even a memory.
The crux is that the vast majority of the mass of the universe seems to be missing. William J. Broad
Visions of Reality
What do we mean by vision? It can include what is seen on the surface . . . but also what is not immediately visible - at a simple level it can refer to seeing a person, but he may have some special tallet, religions, etc. that you can't see.
Seeing things depends on their speed of vibration, the contrast and size. Is our brain big enough, with enough capacity to see the unseen. Seeing more than your eye does, your brain also fills in graps so that some things you see are not actually their. atoms, microbes Atoms and protons electrons and quarks for example are to small to see by the human eye, radio waves that carry picture and sound are all presnt but unseen without the correct equipment - dark matter is invisible. The use of xrays show us the unseen for example.
As you Perceive Reality
- Life has been misused by people less knowledgeable who insist that if something can't be seen, touched, felt, heard, or tasted that this means it doesn't satisfy scientific method and it is a sham.
- I'm not crazy about reality, but it's still the only place to get a decent meal.
- Our culture is based on the belief that what we see and hear with our physical senses is reality.
- Dimension refers to a range of vibrational frequency.
- Underneath this universal matter, is vibrant energy.
Oscillating at various speeds and densities, this energy becomes all things visible, invisible, created, imagined and yet to be.
- The most incomprehensible thing about the universe is that it is comprehensible.
Distorted perception of reality
Science tells us that there is a certain range of vibrational frequency that we can see with our physical eyes (the visible spectrum or rainbow) and that we can hear with our ears. This range could be referred to as the 3rd dimension. Science also tells us that there are frequencies both above and below this that we cannot sense with our human sense organs. o your vibrational rate which determines your ability to access information.
We are all so habituated to take visible realities around us as a matter of course, and so accustomed to every variety of solid or material form, that why all the universe should be limited to solidity, or three dimensions, is only asked at rare intervals by a few of the more thoughtful among us.
Just because it is non-observable directly does not mean that it is non-detectable. In fact, this non-zero exotic energy does exert an influence and create observable changes in conventional physical spacetime. It was defined by Einstein as the Cosmological Constant, the antigravity force he introduced into general relativity.
Everything that can be perceived by one of the five senses and thereby falls within the scope of man's sense perception counts as part of the manifest realm. limitations of our senses; even within the natural world they do not suffice for the perception of everything.
The direct physical stimulus for visual perception is reflected light of differing wavelengths.
Humans perceive light wavelengths of 400 to 700 nanometers with a peak sensitivity near 555 nanometers. It is this physical stimulation that eventually results in our psychological impression of the color spectrum ranging from the blues to the reds respectively. Our umvelt or filter for "visible" light often causes us to overlook the fact that other animals are able to sense wavelengths outside of this range and into the ultraviolet or infrared regions of the spectrum. Variations in the umvelt of different species extend to other visual features besides the perception of color. The visual acuity of birds of prey, such as the falcon, easily exceeds our own, allowing these aerial hunters to detect prey at considerable distances. Such is the kind of the kind of visual information available to various animals, but hopefully demonstrate that our own visual experience is only a rough guide, at best, to visualizing the perceptual world. So therefore our visual perception cannot always be trusted. The components of an object can distort the perception of the complete object. Our mind is the final arbiter of truth, what is real and what is illusion.